What a Sweet Story for this time of year. I always like a light, good read during the holidays, and this one met the mark. Yes it was completely predictable, but Robyn Carr’s Virgin Series is good, wholesome reading.
This book was a good, light-hearted read. The story is heartwarming and will leave the reader smiling at the end of the book.
What a phenomenal read. This is one of those books that was so good, but so hard to read at the same time. The author brings her characters to life and makes you see and live what they are living. This is one of those books that causes us look deep within ourselves to make sure that we’re honest and true in our emotions and feelings. If we look back in time, we have to be careful in how we judge these characters … it was just the way it was at that time. This is Ms. Grissom’s first book and it will be hard for her to exceed the standard she has set for herself, but I can’t wait to read her next book. Great work!
Sweet story. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Debbie Macomber always gives us a good read and this book was right on the mark. Good job.
I know that most people really liked this book, but I just could not get into it. I read over half the book and finally had to put it down. It just didn’t do it for me. The story seemed to drag out entirely too much.
The Ghost Ship by Clive Cussler is another in his Numa series that takes the reader worldwide in solving the mystery of missing Numa personnel, ancient artifacts, espionage and even more. Always a good read, Cussler starts the book running and doesn’t stop until the end. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
What a sweet read. I always like Susan Wiggs’ book and this one was no exception. It was a sequel to the Apple Orchard and was actually better than the first book. Susan Wiggs’ books are always good for a light, quick, enjoyable summer read. There were times, especially when recipes were given, that I wish that I had a Kindle or written book to get the recipe because they sounded wonderful. All-in-all two thumbs up.
Powerful, compelling. What a good read. It always grieves me to see how people in other countries are treated and this book as no exception. What these women go through is absolutely horrifying. I have read several books of this type and have to say that I think the author did a great job with this book. She gave a unique perspective by having one of the girls be a bacha posh and then showing her life after that time as well as the lives of others in Afghan. So thankful that I live in the USA and we don’t have to face things like this today.
Sweet read. I always enjoy Sherryl Woods' books and this one was no exception. Their setting in the South makes them delightful and fun. I’m enjoying this series. I will say that I did not care as much for this narrator as the previous ones. Being from the South, I did not enjoy the fake Southern accent.
I absolutely love James Rollins and this book was no exception. Rollins makes the unrealistic realistic and makes us think about what will happen if something like this were to happen in today’s world. With what we know governments have done in the past, it really makes us think about how we would react. Fantastic read and thought provoking.
I really, really, really liked Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love and was so looking forward to this book, especially after the reviews that it initially received on multiple sites. And when it started it was pretty good, but after a couple hundred pages or so, I found that the book was like the moss that Alma loved so well. It just grew and grew and grew with nothing much to show for itself. This book would have been much better had it been shortened.
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